Should I sign an at-will agreement after 12 years?

Should I sign an employee at-will agreement with my employer after 12 years of service without one.

1 answer  |  asked Mar 15, 2001 8:29 PM [EST]  |  applies to Tennessee

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Irwin Venick
You are likely "at-will" whether or not you sign t

Under Tennessee law you are considered an employee at will unless you enter
into an employment agreement for a specific term. Whether you should sign an
"employment at will agreement" depends upon what else the agreement says and
your understanding of why your employer wants you to sign it. Of course, if
you do not sign it, that could subject you to termination. You should
consult with a lawyer in order to review the agreement.

posted by Irwin Venick  |  Feb 19, 2001 4:44 PM [EST]

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